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Under Irish broadcasting law, broadcasters cannot support marriage equality unopposed.
A Greek schoolteacher describes the response in Greece to Syriza's victory, and warns the European left to look closer at the triumphant party's "peculiar socialism".
A refusal to acknowledge the democratic remit of the new, however irritating, Greek government could result in a contagion effect across the rest of the eurozone.
The former IMF chief's pimping trial sees abolitionist views well-represented in the courtroom, but will sex workers be ignored?
A damning report by the House of Lords condemns the UK's failure to take the Russian threat and Ukraine crisis seriously.
The Red Planet is bad for humans in all kinds of ways, and being first there may be little consolation if you die before you even reach the surface.
A long, porous border with Libya puts Egypt at risk. Now it is even harder for president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to provide the security his mandate depends on.
"Appreciation for Afghanistan’s cricketing achievements is perhaps the only thing that links the government with Taliban forces."
The homogonisisng impulse of McDonald's leads to epiphany.
A novel of the American Civil War that combines realism with the powerful folklore surrounding defiant women.
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